Titans agree to terms with Mookie Johnson

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  1. JR1980

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    I am not saying they shouldn't take one, but we know the history of this organization and CB's...Lets be real...and they do have people in line for. An opportunity. It will be hard to pass up on Dennard and Gilbert who will be sitting there, which may push them to draft one, but the indications I am seeing, don't show CB as a concern
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  2. UrbanLegend3

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    I just feel like if we take a corner at 11 either Blidi or Coty were a waste of a pick.
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    You need 4 or 5 capable corners on your roster in today's game. We have 2 and a possible right now.
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  4. 615nick

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    True, but I think we'd be better off pickin up a vet at this point. between coty and blidi we could have another starting cb and if we are lucky the other a nickle. But, we do need another cb that can compete with these guys, maybe cro.
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    I'm telling you, I think TE is the sleeper position for us in the draft. Whis runs 2 TE sets and after Delanie I don't like any of our TEs (mainly thing Stevens is overpaid, he's an ok player if he was at a better price) and I would be surprised if Whis likes them either.

    Also, Whis played TE in the NFL. Our OC Michael was the TE's coach for SD. And Mularkey, our TE coach also played TE in the NFL.

    Ebron and Delanie on the field together along with Kendall and Hunter would be SCARY.
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  7. Two Kings

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    100 percent agree. I think this is the safest bang for our buck. I would like to trade back a couple spots in the mid Tweens and grab a 3rd then pick up Ebron.
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  8. JR1980

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    I am not opposed to Ebron, and I called it a while back...I could see it, especially since they have question marks at WR and no depth at TE. That being said, it really depends on who gets drafted before #11...If pass rushers are gone, QB they like is gone, and OT's are gone, that leaves CB and WR as the 2 positions with best player available. Gilbert and Dennard sitting there in your lap will be tough to pass on...ESPECIALLY since they have to face Luck, and 2 other new QB's for Houston/Jacksonville. They will want to lock that down.
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  9. JR1980

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    I don't know though guys, I am just not seeing them taking a CB early for some reason...Call it history, or instinct or whatever, but I think Whiz and Co. have a different plan in mind here...
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  10. xpmar9x

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    I doubt OT. I see OLB, ILB, CB, or QB.

    Wouldn't be shocked at a 2nd round DL though.
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